Monday, 24 March 2014

Ogasawara Islands, Japan (UNESCO)

The property numbers more than 30 islands clustered in three groups and covers surface area of 7,939 hectares. The islands offer a variety of landscapes and are home to a wealth of fauna, including the Bonin Flying Fox, a critically endangered bat, and 195 endangered bird species. Four-hundred and forty-one native plant taxa have been documented on the islands whose waters support numerous species of fish, cetaceans and corals. Ogasawara Islands' ecosystems reflect a range of evolutionary processes illustrated through its assemblage of plant species from both southeast and northwest Asia, alongside many endemic species.

Sender: cococaby, Sent on: 11 Mar, 2014, Received on: 21 Mar, 2014, Travel time: 10 days

1 comment:

  1. Getting a card from there is quite rare I would say.. Great card. David